Cavin Johnson: I am available

Premiership

Former Al Ahly assistant manager Cavin Johnson has confirmed his availability to take offers in the PSL.

Johnson is back in the country after spending last season in Egypt with Al Ahly where he served as the second-in-charge to Pitso Mosimane.

The former Platinum Stars coach has since been linked to both Orlando Pirates and Marumo Gallants who are both currently relying on caretaker coaches.

And, after spending time with his family since returning from Cairo, Johnson says he is now ready to start looking for a new club again.

"I have been relaxing with my family. I am ready to work and listen from any offers," he tells Kickoff.com.

"I just see all the reports on newspapers. I have not been approached by any team. At the moment there is nothing, lets wait and see what will happen."

Johnson coached Black Leopards before joininig Al Ahly last season and briefy oversaw the first team in Egypt while the ex-Mamelodi Sundowns boss was laid low by Covid-19.

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